Brittany Elena  Morris

Brittany Elena Morris is a native Arizonan and esteemed investigative reporter & writer, photographer, videographer and web designer.

She resides and works in Washington, D.C. at Scripps Howard News Service as a national investigations reporter.

A graduate from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University with dual bachelor's and master's journalism and mass communication degrees, Brittany has more than four years of experience in the field of reporting and writing.

In summer 2014 she was an investigative Hearst fellow for the national News21 initiative in Phoenix, AZ where she led fellow reporters in an investigation on the intersection between firearms and domestic violence homicides in the U.S. Her stories appeared in The Washington Post, The Connecticut Mirror, The Arizona Republic and others.

She also contributed to the Cronkite News Service, The Cronkite Borderlands Initiative, The Arizona Republic, 12 News, Arcadia News, and The State Press. She earned awards for investigative projects on genetically modified organisms and migrant farm workers on the U.S.-Mexico border.

Brittany speaks elementary level Arabic and earned an Islamic studies certificate at Arizona State University's School of International Letters and Cultures. She traveled to Kuwait in summer 2013 where she observed and reported the social and political implications of a law separating men and women in classrooms. Her honors thesis for Barrett, the Honors College featured the evolution of feminism in Islam.

Other travels have brought her to Japan, Argentina, France, Germany, Switzerland and Austria. She hopes to visit Indonesia next.

In her free time, Brittany either buys or reads an inordinate amount of books.

She is currently looking for news reporting, digital & social media, and book reporting/publishing positions in Washington, D.C.

For inquiries, please email

Follow her on Twitter: @brittemorris.